Thanks Pelosi, You and your Friends Are To Blame for Growing Hunger. by J


In my years I have seen hunger and devastation around the globe, and it's not a pretty picture.  We as Americans take so much of what we have for granted.  Most have never had to witness a fellow human being starving to death, which is not a pretty picture. 

President Trump tried to initially give his fellow Americans $10,000 -to $15,000 a piece for starters to help get them through the tribulations that he saw coming.  Pelosi the Speaker of the House and her Communist Cohorts and Deep State plants in the Congress didn't like that.  It would have taken away precious dollars out of their personal slush-funds, private contractor buddies, and black projects funds.  Fifteen grand is not even a mere pocket change for the amount of Taxpayer money that the Congress funnels out of sight/out of mind away from the prying eyes of the  American public every year.

Because of Pelosi's road-blocks, there are long, and I do mean LONG LINES at the Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens, hoping there will be something there that will get them through the hunger they are experiencing.

Pelosi and her $25 grand refrigerators and $15 dollar ice cream that she is having to 'endure' when ever she spouts that we're all in this together mantra, hasn't got a clue, nor does she care about the horror she is causing her fellow Americans. 

The poor are always the one getting the shaft, because of factors beyond their control, like the devastation of the lockdowns heaped upon them by fat-cat Pelosi and her Commie Deep State buddies, and not to forget Fauci, NY Governor, CA Governor, LA Mayor, and NYC Mayor's who have pressed and pressed for lock-downs.  J

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6 Responses to Thanks Pelosi, You and your Friends Are To Blame for Growing Hunger. by J

  1. BillWade says:

    Does this sound cruel or is it a good idea:
    Every month I donate money to the Harry Chapin food bank in Fort Myers Fl. I believe they are now feeding about 125,000 people monthly in Collier, DeSoto, Lee, and Charlotte counties. They are a fine organization with many great volunteers who work tirelessly to feed the hungry.
    Perhaps all of us who do donate money to such causes should cease doing so. Let the people who initiated the lock downs feed them, no?
    BillWade, Free State of Florida

  2. Bill H says:

    Why are there such long lines at the Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens if unemployment is only at 6.7% and dropping? Okay, I’ll answer my own question. It’s because unemployment is vastly greater than that and the government is lying to us about it, just as it lies to us about everything else. Like, for instance, keeping its plan to “defund the police” secret until after the election in Georgia.

  3. Deap says:

    Biblical injunction: If you don’t work, you don’t eat. One more lost principle in “unchurched” America.

  4. Deap says:

    Bill, in California people are still forced to chose between their food and their “medicine”. Free food means more money and time left over for street drugs. So our armies of street vagrants in this state grows every day.
    Those seriously in need have always been cared for by our generous social safety net and programs. It is the growth of the “service resistant” addicts that is the current plague and primary target for California same day voting registration and vote harvesting. No wonder CNN instantly called California for Biden, one second after the polling places closed.
    There was a brief trend to stop using the term “homeless and triage into the three prevailing sub-groups:
    1. The have nots – those covered by current social safety nets
    2. The can nots – those who should bin a state institutions
    3. The will nots – the “service resistant addicts, who are 80% of the problem
    It is the growth of the will-nots, which now plagues California – who are sentient enough to vote and smart enough to easily game the system.

  5. elaine says:

    Deap, 2 Thessalonians 3:10 was not said by Jesus but by early Christians trying to build a community while under assault. Certainly we in the 21st century will not inflict hunger on kids or the elderly, etc, especially in the name of religion. Don’t leave out the word “Willingly” work. Many ppl want to work but can’t.
    BillWade keep donating to the Harry Chapman food bank; it sounds
    like a viable charity that hasn’t gotten so big to attract a hierarchy of over paid staff.

  6. jerseycityjoan says:

    I don’t remember President Trump or any Republican politician offering to give me $10,000 or $15,000. When did this happen? That is something I would never forget. While Pelosi held out for too long on another relief bill it is also the case that many Senate Republicans didn’t want to vote for the bills being negotiated by Mnuchin. Trump asked for a big bill — bigger than what the Democrats had asked for — before the election and the Senate Republicans ignored his request.
    The best way to help the millions of people who are unemployed or working reduced hours or earning much less would be to change Food Stamp rules so that more unemployed people qualified. Food banks are meant to supplement Food Stamps; the Food Stamps program is our main hunger alleviating program. People are using their limited money for rent and bills instead of buying food. All you can use Food Stamps for is edible items.
    Also remember that a lot of the people in the food bank lines are here illegally. They are not supposed to get any government assistance (but I have wondered if some have applied and received it anyway).

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